Dental crowns are commonly used during many different dental applications. Nevertheless, many people know little about these dental devices. Here is a bit of information about dental crowns and their uses: What are dental crowns made of? Dental crowns can be made from a number of materials, such as porcelain, metal alloy, stainless steel, resin, porcelain-over-metal or even gold. The crown material must be durable enough to withstand normal bite pressure from mastication.
15 December 2016
Have you been told by your dentist that you need to have your wisdom teeth removed? Are you wondering how you can prepare for your upcoming surgery? Although some people don't have wisdom teeth that need to be removed, the surgery is still extremely common. Getting ready for the big day isn't complicated, but there are still a few things that you need to remember before that dental appointment. Some of the most important ones to remember are the following.
29 November 2016
If you don't have dental insurance, you shouldn't fall into the trap of not taking care of your teeth because you feel you can't go to the dentist. Many health problems can develop if you aren't taking care of your teeth, and those will end up costing you much more money than the amount you are saving by not paying for dental insurance. Here are three of the major things you shouldn't do when you don't have dental insurance.
8 November 2016
If you have had cosmetic dental work done in the past that has lead to you being fitted for dentures, you need to ensure that you are taking care of those dentures properly. This can save you a ton of money since replacing your dentures will be just as expensive as paying for the dentures you received in the first place. On top of this, you will have to go through the process of being fitted and then having to wait for a couple of weeks before your dentures are ready for you, which means you are going to go quite some time without a full smile.
20 October 2016
Your smile is one of the features that keeps you looking healthy and strong, but time can take its toll on how you look when you smile unless you take care of yourself. However, with the right actions and care, you can make an aging mouth full and bright again. Proper nutrition, proper dental care, and proper dental devices can all help restore your smile. Get Enough Nutrition As you get older, your nutrition needs change.
30 September 2016
When you are needing to have missing teeth replaced, dental implants can be an excellent option. Yet, receiving a dental implant is a fairly complicated surgery, and you may not be sure of the steps that you should take to ensure you are prepared for your recovery. To help you ensure you are a prepared patient, you should use these simple after surgery tips. Arrange For A Ride Home Following This Procedure
14 September 2016
The thought of having oral surgery is enough to make many people cringe. However, oral surgery can be necessary and can often help alleviate discomfort and improve function of the teeth and jaw. Such procedures are also often quick and simple, meaning they are little to worry about. Impacted Wisdom Teeth Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the set of teeth that grow at the back of the gums.
25 August 2016
If you currently have dentures but are considering dental implants, you may have a difficult decision to make. After all, there is pain and discomfort involved with installing implants, plus the surgery and the expense. However, there are some things you can do with dental implants that you cannot do with dentures. Eat Tough and Hard-to-Chew Foods If you love corn on the cob and well-done steak, you may be sad to find that you cannot eat these foods when you have dentures.
4 August 2016
Dental implants require surgery. With any surgery, there is always a risk of infection. The good news is, there are things you can do to prevent infection. In fact, here are four tips to protect your oral health from infection after having dental implants installed. Opt for Antibiotic Premedication If your risk of infection is already high, you may have been offered antibiotic premedication. Stick to the medication your dentist gives you.
2 August 2016
Morning sickness is the worst; not only on your stomach but also on your teeth. Every time you vomit, stomach acid is introduced to your mouth. The acids are strong enough to cause your teeth to corrode. Over time, the stomach acids will start wearing down on the enamel of your teeth and will cause damage. Morning sickness is a normal symptom of pregnancy, and there isn't much you can do about it.
20 July 2016